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Is the correct way dds or dd's?

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JustPoppedIn Thu 09-Oct-08 20:55:17

The sentence is 'dds first holiday', with or without the apostrophe?

ScummyMummy Thu 09-Oct-08 20:58:42

With apostrophe as the holiday belongs to dd and the apostrophe indicates possession:

if 1 dd then "dd's 1st hol"
if more than 1 then "dds' 1st hol"

JustPoppedIn Thu 09-Oct-08 21:05:48

Oh a bit like they're and their then? Where
their shows possession and they're is plual

Rindercella Thu 09-Oct-08 22:19:16

With apostrophe - dd's - in this case. Unless of course there is more than one DD where it would be DDs'.

PigeonPie Thu 09-Oct-08 22:24:36

However, it is DC not DCs or DC's as children is already a plural

I thank you!

vlc Thu 09-Oct-08 22:29:26

Unless it was the DC's first holiday...

(In which case there would be an apostrophe)

PigeonPie Thu 09-Oct-08 22:30:25

Ok - I'll allow that one vic grin

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